Master Classes & Continuing Education for Eye Doctors

Join our growing community of 23,000+ Eye Doctors who are becoming OCT experts and earning credits.

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Top Eye Experts From Leading Institutions

We help Eye Doctors become Clinical Masters

Gain unlimited access to our learning resources

Weekly OCT Tips

Access 285+ OCT tips with case pictures and video


Access masterclasses on neuro, plastics, glaucoma and more

Live Events

Join us for monthly live events - some eligible for CE credits

Journal Club

Access regular analysis of journal articles with video discussion

Zebra Cases

Explore our Atlas of 100+ rare eye diseases.

Weekly Quizzes

Test your knowledge with weekly quizzes

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Choose the plan that suits your goals

We’ve helped 23,000+ Eye Doctors become Master Clinicians.
Not ready for a plan? Take individual CE courses.


For eye doctors who want to increase their confidence and expertise in the clinic.
$ 16
/ month
billed annually
  • New regular OCT/Retina Case Studies
  • Regular Masterclasses by world leading experts in Cornea, Glaucoma, and Neuro
  • Regular quick-read journal summaries
  • Access library of 100+ rare cases and back catalog of 200+ Masterclasses

CPD/COPE Unlimited

For eye doctors who want excellent clinical teaching unlimited CPD/COPE credit.
$ 33
/ month
billed annually
  • All Expert features
  • Monthly Optocase Live events ($600 value)
  • Unlimited CPD/COPE credits, 20+ hours ($600+ value)
  • 12 patient education pamphlets designed by leading eye specialists ($150 value)

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OCT Mastery Weekly Tip

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275. Elevation of Deep Retina

67-year-old was referred for a new lesion. What is your diagnosis?

275. Elevation of Deep Retina

67-year-old was referred for a new lesion. What is your diagnosis?

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